Generally the term "God" means something different to everyone. I find most arguments are over how to define it.
I define God as an infinite source of energy and infinite knowledge. It can only exist if the universe is infinite. If the universe is infinite, then my definition is actually the non-dual God you refer to.
The great Christian theologian says that God is "being", it is not "a" being. I agree.
Then you call it life. People believing in gods have a vision of that entity that is very human. In former days they would buy gods' clemency through sacrifices. Nowadays they talk to that entity as a friend, they expect that entity to think of them and care about them. The notion of a deity has gone through gentrification. Gods used to be threatening, the modern god is another Santa, a benevolent person.
In any case gods are human.
Sounds like you're equating the idea of God with atomic bonds, and energy. Makes sense to me, but that would reduce god's existence to a literal galactic scale, keeping things in balance. It's fine with me, but I don't see how you could really call it a god. I mean I need ink to write with a pen, but I wouldn't say that ink is the Pen's god. You know?
I get what your saying and feel it's an interesting idea, but ultimately leaves far too many questions. Namely, If all energy is god, where is the spiritual aspect to it? This god clearly can't be sentient, so why call it a god? Lastly, If we are going to say that god is energy, does that mean I experience god when I get shocked?
I don't see how you can say that. That to me sounds like a gross oversimplification of String theory and a totally contradictory view of quantum immortality combined to make some pseudo-scientific theory that is just lot of three dollar "sciencey" words that say "God did it.". As stated by U of Colorado physicist Victor Stenger, Planck's Constant is integral to the idea of quantum mechanics, research done on how neural pathways use wave-funtion collapses indicates that there is NO micro-macro connection because "the mass of neural transmitter molecules and their speed across the distance of the synapse are about two orders of magnitude too large for quantum effects to be influential." Therefore you really shouldn't have preached ID to me, because a study done years before this dude's book came out basically proves that your "the universe is a CNS" can't be possible because it would violate three laws of physics. Also Your bringing the holographic universe Theory into this just goes even further to show that you don't understand what you're talking about and are just repeating things that sound like they make sense. The Holographic universe theory, if you bother to actually read about it quite simply tells you that THERE IS NO GOD. After all why would god create a hologram when he could create the physical objects themselves? Also HOLOGRAMS ARE NOT PHYSICAL THINGS, so your statement "These are a part of this holographic physical Universe(s)." is patently wrong, because holograms are not tangible. Do you even know what the Holographic Universe theory entails? because from here it looks like your just jumbling theories together in a quite contradictory mass.
Also your embrace of the holographic universe theory is pretty laughable when you realize that means that every hologram created contains a universe. I guess that makes your credit card a sacred holy object right? Actually since you own the card, technically you'd be that hologram's god, because if you hadn't wanted the card the hologram and universe wouldn't have been created...Now do you see why I am so flabbergasted by your "theory"?
He who understandith not the obscurities of the dominant thirty seventh triad remainith forever like unto the wombat.
What god wants god gets god come on , and like that when you die you are gone.
energy cannot cease to exsist but only be turned into a new kind of energy
"We believed that "Matter can be neither created nor destroyed but only altered in form." We believed that "Energy can be neither created nor destroyed but only altered in form." But now we know that energy may become matter, and now we know that matter may become energy and thus be altered in form."